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Photo of Interior west states showing Forest Inventory and Analysis plots (black dots) and plots with tree-ring data (red dots). Justin DeRose, U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service.
ID: 1063
Building the Forest Inventory and Analysis Tree-ring Dataset

Tree-ring data collected as part of the Forest Inventory and Analysis program in the Interior West is being assembled into a massive dataset wit ...

Principal Investigator : John D. Shaw

Inventory and Monitoring
Water, Air, and Soil
2016RMRS
Photo of Cores from a 100-year old ponderosa pine tree. USDA Forest Service
ID: 775
Dendroecological Studies in the Interior West States

Scientists produce tree ring data in digital format and make progress on data development for growth studies to analyze regional patterns of cli ...

Principal Investigator : John D. Shaw

Inventory and Monitoring2015RMRS
Photo of Tree rings record variations in climate, especially precipitation.  Using a large number of tree-ring records tied to Forest Inventory and Analysis plots will allow scientists to more precisely quantify the effects of post-drought growth lags over large land areas. USDA Forest Service
ID: 797
Drought Leaves a Lasting Impression on Trees

Some effects of drought, such as tree mortality, are obvious, but relatively little is known about non-lethal impacts. This study showed that th ...

Principal Investigator : John D. Shaw

Inventory and Monitoring2015RMRS
Photo of Aspen stands affected by drought in southern Colorado.
ID: 1384
New report offers comprehensive inventory of Colorado’s forests

The current inventory of Colorado’s forests is the first to use the complete set of Forest Inventory and Analysis (FIA) plots across all owner ...

Principal Investigator : John D. Shaw

Outdoor Recreation
Inventory and Monitoring
Invasive Species
Wildland Fire and Fuels
2017RMRS
Photo of (a) Location and species of tree-ring data collected on Forest Inventory and Analysis plots (n=2,949), (b) relationship between growth variability and latitude, (c) longitude, and (d) elevation. U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service.
ID: 1051
Spatial Variability of Tree Growth in the Interior West

A fundamental goal of biogeography is to understand the factors that drive spatial and temporal variability in forest growth across large areas. ...

Principal Investigator : John D. Shaw

Inventory and Monitoring2016RMRS